FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey continues to be the bookmakers' favourite to take over from Mark Carney as Bank of England governor, despite recent industry scandals that may have dented his chances.
Bailey, who took over from Martin Wheatley as Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) CEO on 1 July 2016 to steer the UK through the Brexit process, having been appointed by George Osborne, is a current 2/1...
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